Schecter Ultra III Electric Guitar

Schecter Ultra III Electric Guitar

Hold the damn phone, this Schecter Ultra III Electric Guitar is all kinds of wiggedy wiggedy whack. Look at all those knobs, switches and Duncan designed FG-101 pickups! I can just see the mad scientist who cooked up this beauty—more switches, we must have more switches! Take a closer gander. Start with her solid mahogany body, then let your eyes wander to her raised center and sculpted edge. Imagine running your fingers up her rosewood fretboard…

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Silvertone Jeff Gordon Electric Guitar

Silvertone Jeff Gordon Electric Guitar

This Silvertone Jeff Gordon Electric Guitar is what I’d call a souvenir guitar. It doesn’t matter if you’re into Jeff Gordon or NASCAR or guitars, this little number fits lots of places. She comes unplayed in a triangular box (heh, heh) so there’s no description of how she plays, only her features. According to her purveyor, she’s decaled up, with a sculpted bolt-on maple neck and rosewood fingerboard, dual humbucking pickups with a 3-way selector switch…

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Glen Burton Machine Gun Electric Guitar

Glen Burton Machine Gun Electric Guitar

If you’re the kind that likes to whip your gun out, this Glen Burton Machine Gun Electric Guitar may be a match made in heaven. Check her out. The seller says she has a solid, lightweight basswood body, with a bolt-on maple neck, dual humbucker pickups, volume and tone controls, plus a tremolo bridge with an adjustable saddle. They even throw in a whammy bar, gig bag and strap for $137.99 on eBay—not to mention…

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Composite Acoustic Xi Acoustic Electric Guitar

Composite Acoustic Xi Acoustic Electric Guitar

It’s a brave new world in guitars. Used to be you had your choice of cigar box or wood. Now folks are making guitars out of all kinds of things. Steel. Fiberglass. And, like this Composite Acoustic Xi, carbon composite fibers. According to the seller, this makes the Xi “impervious to climate for consistent performance, wherever you go”—and it weighs under four pounds. That’s stupid light. The seller has cranked up the AdjectiveSpitter 2015 all…

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Aria Nexter Electric Guitar

Aria Nexter Electric Guitar

Here’s an unusual little filly that caught my eye, an Aria Nexter. Wish I could tell you more about her origins but the seller is a little vague. She might be from Japan. Or Korea. Or… She might be from the ‘80s. Or maybe the ‘70s. Or… The seller doesn’t know, though she reminds him (or her) of the Ibanez Talman, a guitar of that era. You get the drift. What the seller will say…

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1970 Gibson ES-340TDW Walnut Electric Guitar

1970 Gibson ES-340TDW Walnut Electric Guitar

Well, well, well. What we have we here? Just a sweet little 45 year old dual cutaway walnut Gibson ES-340TDW weighing a svelte 8.5 pounds. For those who favor these classy ladies, the walnut is a pretty twist and, though I have not heard her myself, likely adds a little some something tonally. She looks like she’s been used but was generally well cared for, except for a chunk missing out of her headstock. Probably…

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Gibson J-45 Pelham Blue Limited Edition Guitar

Gibson J-45 Pelham Blue Limited Edition Guitar

Here’s a fine play on the Gibson J-45 slope shoulder dread, all gussied up in Pelham Blue by the Gibson Custom Shop in a limited run of 75 guitars. The J-45 has earned a reputation as a workhorse with classic lines and tone. The Pelham Blue finish is really cool, and the seller claims it will age into a fine blue/green that you can supposedly see starting on the wings of the headstock. The photo,…

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